At the Forum on Dialogue and Prospects for Vietnam’s Coffee Industry on the morning of December 1, held in Ho Chi Minh City Mr. Nguyen Thanh Toan – Deputy General Director of The Superintendence and Inspection of Coffee and Products for Export and Import Joint Stock Company said that foreign companies purchasing Vietnamese coffee have… Continue reading Vietnam’s coffee industry has difficulties with quality barriers
TP – Many plantation owners, farmers and tycoons are “heating up” with the opportunity to get rich from macadamia, a plant giving fat nuts that is threatening to “sold out” across nurseries. However, there are also problems behind the attractive profit from macadamia that investors need to understand clearly before “empty their pocket” to lease… Continue reading Macadamia nuts and farmers’ opportunities “2 West”
Recently, due to prolonged rain and high humidity, fungi appeared, causing the premature coffee cherries in many areas of coffee in the Central Highlands to drop. This makes farmers concerned. Dak Lak is the province with the largest coffee area in the Central Highlands, although there are no statistics on the area of coffee trees… Continue reading Central Highlands: Coffee has dropped fruit
As one of the leading countries in terms of coffee production and export, but more than 95% of Vietnam’s export products are green coffee, the remaining percentage is processed coffee. This fact leads that profits received are not equivalent with the volume of goods exported. Much export but small profit Vietnam is the world’s leading… Continue reading Coffee export: Raising “quality” through processing?
Due to the large processing capacity of factories, they are always in a state of “hungry” for raw materials, leading to competition to buy input materials, so the price of raw cashew increases. Raw cashew nuts in husk – Photo: IT According to statistics of the General Department of Customs, cashew exports in the first… Continue reading Cashew processing industry is facing overcapacity situation
THE HISTORY OF TEA COFFEE Discover According to legend, the advent of coffee dates back to 600 with the discovery of Tea Coffee. The legend of coffee is associated with the accidental discovery of a goat herder named Kaldi while he was grazing goats in a mountainous area of present-day Ethiopia. While Kaldi fell asleep,… Continue reading History of coffee